Jackson Hole Mountain Resort

Jackson Hole Ski Season 2011/2012

Snow!

It won’t be easy to top last year’s record breaking snow fall of over 700″ but Jackson Hole Mountain Resort is better positioned than ever to greet the 2011/2012 season. Over the last 5 years, average snowfall has been an impressive 475″ and meteorologists are predicting another La Nina season ahead with strengthening snow conditions this late fall and into winter. Get ready!

 Improvements:

While some ski areas are tightening their budgets, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort continues to show its commitment to improvement and enhancing the skier experience. Increased snowmaking and a new cat for more grooming, a re-designed Kids Ranch and a the new Marmott lift carrying skiers from the base of Thunder to the top of the Gondola are just a few of the new enhancements to enjoy this season ahead.

Getting To and From Jackson:

According to Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, winter access is “one of the best kept secrets in the winter world.” Direct flights to Jackson Hole arrive from Atlanta, Salt Lake City, Denver, Chicago, L.A. and Dallas daily. A new flight from Newark takes off this season as well. Once in Jackson, a quick 30 minute car-ride gets you to the slopes on time!

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Rising Real Estate Prices | Wyoming at the Head of the Pack

Top 10 U.S. States with Rising Real Estate Prices

Several states are posting year-over-year gains in home values, according to a newly released index for August by CoreLogic, which tracks price changes in repeat sales of homes. According to CoreLogic, here are the states with the largest year-over-year gains in single-family home prices:

  1. West Virginia: up 8.6%
  2. Wyoming: up 3.6% 
  3. North Dakota: up 3.5%
  4. New York: up 3.2%
  5. Alaska: up 2.2%
  6. South Dakota: up 1.5%
  7. Washington, D.C up 1.3%
  8. Nebraska up 1.1%
  9. Kansas up 1%
  10. Indiana up 0.8%

Nationally, single-family home prices were down 4.4 percent year-over-year in August, according to the index. Nevada posted the largest drop, falling 12.4 percent year-over-year.